Fill in the table “Comparative characteristics of artificial and natural selection”

for comparison
Natural selection
Selection factor person nature
Raw material positive signs and properties individual changes
Sampling rate quick slow
Selection results new breeds and varieties new species

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Comparison criteria Natural selection Artificial selection
Raw material individual characteristics of the body, hereditary variability, mutation individual signs of the body
Selection factor environmental conditions (animate and inanimate nature) person
Action result new species. Evolution. Body adaptability to changing environmental conditions. Cultivated plants cannot be equally productive in any locality. Under the influence of natural selection zoning of varieties occurs new plant varieties, animal breeds, microorganism strains. Often leads to the appearance of species impossible in nature (triticale)
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